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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fjKrtys 1 fiW THE CENTRAL RECORDVVRK MKMQlONt UXTA11NI811KD DEMOGHACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TtfttNTtKTII VltAH LANCASTER FRIDAY JUNE II 1909 J I I r t KY 4v rq rtH1 M rtiw rr r t LY r xveralnz1 Special prices on BUGGIES for the next TEN DAYS A few Buckboards at cost Come and get one while if they last Rubbertires Repairing Horse Shoeing its CONN BROTHERS r 7 r i I J I j nmm i m a 1 i33X3U4XXr I tho now city ordinances in tilde Isnuo David Ross hurso stumbled and fell with him Inflicting somo painful bruises Tho Odd Fellows decoration will tsko place Sunday afternoon Sever al prominent speakers will bo present Mr Jcsso Arnold has accepted a post thin with tho Metropolitan Insurance Company Mr Arnold will make them a good man and will doubtless Increase their business Circuit Court This Court convenea on Monday Juno 21st and at this writing there aro only 10 appearance suits and 3 murder trials The balance of tho a docket Is very small No 011 After making thorough Investiga tion the City Council has decided not to oil tho streets They were advised not to oil them while they aro in tho present condition as It would bo a waste of too much oil Meet at Prryvlll Tho District Convention of the W C T U meets In Perry vlllo tho 10 and 17th Tho following members from hero will go as delegates Mes dames Rebecca West Fannie Farra Ed Price Will Lear and S D Cocbran 12100 In Premium Tho catalog of tho Lancaster Fair Is now In the press and It will bo most Interest when Is distributed which will ho In a few days Their pre mium list this year amounts to 12100 This Is well worth working for and from reports many aro expecting a piece of this pic Another Lancastrian Honord Mr H W Batson who has been quite successful at the practice of law In Louisville has been nominated for Circuit Judge of ono of tho Common Pleas divisions of that city This Is H high compliment worthily bestowed and Is especially so considering the fact that ho has just arrived at tho ago required by law to hold such an oillce Lightning Cause Fire About 030 Tuesday night the lire alarm was given and It was learned that Mrs Rebecca Wests handsome residence on Danville avenue had caught fire by lightning entering the house on the electric wires during a very hard storm Tho lights were turned off Just before tho Hash by which the house was brilliantly We are unable to glvo extent of damages Tho family Is thankful to the public fur the quick assistance rendered I m commonwealth For Street I cad lighted WALKOVER SHOES Its n matter of business to look as well as possible Its n matter of business to bo as comfortable as you eon Its a matter of business to got full value for your money Therefore its a matter of business to wear Walk OverShoos f i M And its a matter of pleasure as well Walk Over Shoes are made for ovory day of tho week and for every week 350 400 I I r t H T LOGAN t Walk Ovor Shoos appeal to Marti heads and tender foot Ask For Gold Trading Stamps 1 I y LC f r 1 t Shooting at niohmond Collins a young farmer of Madi son was called to tho barn Friday afternoon by N W Sparks a tobacco tenant and shot through the bowels death following In a tow hours Wo hear that tlu trouble arose over tho tobacco crop Sparks had not found at last reports Blankenthlp Mrs Hlankcnshlp the aged wife of Mr Henry Hlankcnshlp of Preachers vllle died Sunday of a complication of troubles and was burled Monday Deceased was a splendid woman and had been a devout member of the Uaptlst church for 65 years She was the mother of Mr John T Blanken ship of Etowah Tenn wellknown here Interior Journal Total EbllpM According to Irl R Hicks a total eclipse of the sun Is duo on Juno 17 eclipse will begin about 0 p m and will be so complete that entire darkness will prevail and chickens will go to roost Tho new moon will ap pear on that date and will travel right along with the sun nearly all day ap pearing as a bright little ring Jok Mr Jack Hutscll who is well known In Richmond on account of his company and congeniality has won tho prize offered by tho National Ills cult Company offered to the salesman selling tbo most goods In a specified time Mr HuUcllls a right hand man to this big concern and Is highly valued by It Ho won the prize over 35 other competitors Richmond Reg ister v HoltzolawQooch On Tuesday morning June 8th Miss Zolla Holtzclaw and Mr James Gooch both of Goshen neighborhood were married at tho homo of the brides father Mr J T Holtzclaw Eld J 0 Llvlnston ofllclatlng moon In Nortnern cities TUB RECOKU extends hardest Beautiful Bxerclee On Thursday June 3 the anniversa ry of tho birth of Jefferson Davis the Mary Walker Price Chapter United Daughters of tho Confederacy held memorial exercises In the court house After several patriotic numbers by tho local band the Veterans of the Dave Logan Camp the daughters and children of tho confederacy marched In to tho air of My Old Kentucky Home The president Mrs M P Friable rapped fur order and asked tho Rev 0 C Brown to pronounce tho Invocation after which tho lion L L Walker In his usual happy vein In troduced the speaker of tho afternoon Prof A II Tnrockmorton Dean of the law school of Central University Danville Ky At the conclusion of ills speech which was devoted mainly to defense of tho rights of the confederacy and to a eulogy of the men who fought on the Southern side the band played terousing strains of Dixie and the old Veterans rose to a man and gave the rebel yell Miss Mary Clay Williams recited a poem The Old Veteran Misses Lucy Doty and Katherlno Conn ren dered the duet With The Boys of the Sixties By request Mrs Fred P Friable read The Conquered Ban nor by the poet laureate of the South Abram J Ryan Tho exercises were concluded with tho benediction after which the Vet erans and Daughters repaired tho cemetery to scatter flowers on tho graves of eighteen men who woro tho Republican Committee Proceeding The Republican Committee of Gar rard County met at tho court house on Juno 3rd Tho meeting was called to order by A B Estrldge Chairman R II Batson was elected chairman and Ed Chandler secretary of tho meet tog The following nominations wcie made for county oQIcers For County Judge W O Mays County H D Herndon Assessor J II McQuery Representative John F Marsee Jailor Nathaniel Noe Supt of Schools Mrs Belle Burnslde Cor oner Frank Bourne Attar nominations the following were unauumously adopted Republican Resolutions Be It resolved by tlioGarrard County Republican committee dnd the Re publicans of tlon assembled Thit While we desire full and complete county for the oflleca to for aVtlie ensu hog election It Is of this convention that all tno candidates written of their In tention to to A B Estrldgo or before July 1st 1001 and no nominations shall bo nado for county offices or a convention for that purpose after of July 1 1000 and that tho books bo closed so far as nominations are concerned on that date On receipt of such ifotlco on or before July 1 1000 from ady ono or more de slrlnytlio nomination for a county onlce or offlcejj or from any one or more desiring instructions for district oftlce or offices the chairman will call together for that pur pose byproper publication and notice QU 3t A B Estrldtje Cliw I Joo I WIn ceremonythe I to ICrey At- torneY Garrard unty In convene a cket oted y the enso no ce becom such llalrl11a on at the comn11Ltee I county pleasant congratulations resolutions be shall give c led said ato CLOUD BUrfST On Drowned and Much Property Destroyed I A down pour of rain tho like of which was hitherto unknown In vicinity fell on Wednesday It seem ed to decend In sheets for about hours The principal damage Is last and NorthEast of this city along the lowlands of neck Crook Sugar Creek Pdlnt Lick and their tributaries The loss of the L N R R will likely exceed 110000 between Lancas ter and Sliver Creek consisting of a washout of about one mile of track and a loss of two bridges one at Low ell and one at Slaver Creek The loss to turnpike property Is Immense both as to destruction of road and loss of bridges two baying washed away on Sugar Creek pike two on pike one on Crab Orchard pike and likely othera from which we can not hear on account of damages done to telephone service during the storm The loss of farm property consist Ing of fences crops washed land and buildings cannot be fully estimated but will reach many thousand dollars Many acres of corn and tobacco were completely washed up and destroyed of which was a loss of nine acres of tobacco on the farm of A B Brown Jr Much hemp was left Mat on the groundmost which It Is believed will straighten up and make good crops The lost In wheat Is considera ble Mr Doty losing a splendid crop on his farm near Point Leayell his loss In that and other damages amounting to about 12000 The store house owned by Mr War was washed away with the entire stock of goods a blacksmith shop near It being washed away at the same time The school house for the colored at Lowell and 2 residences at the same place together with other small houses on the creeks to the sec ton described washed away- J E Dlckerson a traveling sales man lost his wagon and trunks at Point Leavell they being swept a way at same time the store was Property be replaced but the saddest part of this story Is the fact that little Lucy daughter of William Whitaker was drowned In Little Hick man while her mother was crossing said creek with her and another child It seems that they went down the second and on coming up the mother lost her bold on Lucy sbe le Ing swept down the creek the body being found afterwards MorrowMarfcsbury Barely has any Lancaster wedding excited such widespread Interest as did that of Miss Edith Myers Morrow daughter of Mr and Mrs E W Mor row to Mr Frank Baxter Marksbury son of Mrs II A B Marksbury which was solemnized very quitely Wednes day morning at the home of the brides parents The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev C C Brown pastor of the Presbyterian church There were no attendants Only the mem bers of the tvio families and a few of the most Intimate friends were Palms ferns syrlnga and white lilies formed he artistic decorations The bride looked pretty In a copenhagan blue cloth with a very becoming blue hat trimmed In gray wings Both families are prominent In this city and both bride and bride groom are extremely popular The bride Is a universal favorite In the community of a lovable dlsposl tlon and possessing unusual beauty Tho groom Is a prosperous young busi ness man known and liked by every one He has been in the grain and hemp business here for several years Many elegant presents were received Mr and Mrs Marksbury left for to the coast including the Alaska Yukon Exposition California Denver Salt Lake City and Yellow Stone Park They will be at the home of tho groom after July 7 The out of town guests were Mr and Mrs A II Rice of Richmond lad Mr and Mrs Louis Landrara of Richmond Dr and Mrs J M Btaughton of Coving ton AustinTurner On Thursday morning June 3rd Austin and Mr S D Turner drove to Danville and were united In marriage by Rev H C Gar rison They were accompanied by MUs Annie Turner and Mr Mike Burnslde An elegant dinner was served to toe bridal party at the Gllcner Hotel The bride Is one of our most attrac live young ladles and belongs to one of the oldest und best families In the community bring a grand daughter of the late Tom K Salter Mr Turner Is one of our best business men enjoying a large friendship In this locality We extend to Mr and Mrs It One of the most sensible men we have met In many days dropped Into our otllce yesterday from the Dugans vllle neighborhood We were running our paper off aud noticing the qualities of our merchants la the advertising line he laid You cant have too many ads In your paper to suit me and I read every one you have In every Issue Your paper only coats me a dollar a vear and I know my wife and I made over a hundred dollars by watching and reading the advertise meals Besides 1 made 150 from a sheep ad I saw In the Herald It does ones heart good to meet loyal headed man like this Harrodsburg Herald two beds Richmond Alex ren Stavin can time present asparagus a trip Miss FannIe congratulations t21e do rays bustling a HEADQUARTERS FOR eriiig Binders Mowers Rakes and Twine HASELDEN BROS WholesaleHARDWARERetail Lancaster Kentucky i I I I e I r I I I11l1 1 l1 l1 l1 11 b 2 Mr Jack Adam Tho Democratic party of Garrard county Is quite fortunate In having Jack Adams Its nominee for jailer of the county Everybody knows Jack he Is everybodys friend and everybody Is his friend He was born In Rockcastle county February 2nd 1852 He has had Interests has dealt extensively In coal and grain has been deputy sheriff and acted In other places of public trust discharging his duties faithfully Ho has a big heart and a strong n on nTnnn farm- Ing mind having the purest and best traits of noble manhood with a strong Individuality His popularity results from his social nature and his high regard for his friends to ho Is as true as the needle is to the pole AlUm firm and steadfast In his opin ion be has no egotism and he to every man the right to his opinion He Is the very best kind of material fur jailer Ills extensive knowledge of the affairs of men with his experience In matters pertaining to public policy makes him altogether competent to guard the In terests of the public Ho Is suro to come In under the string either a neck ahead or well bunched with tbo other entries Big Land Deal Miller and Kephart real esrate agents of Knoxville Tenn recently closed a deal whereby W J Oliver the well known manufacturer cuptl list and railroad builder camo Into posesalon of the Cherokee Land property of nearly 600 acres The price paid was 100000 which includes the river bridge which con nects this property with Kingston pike As Mr W S Miller claims as his old homo and has a host of warm friends here we wish to con gratulate him on engineering such a gigantic realty deal BALL CAME Friday Afternoon Richmond vs V Lancaster Next Game June i8th with Nlcliolasvllle 1 concedes company Lancaster whom together NNNN N Mr J W Hamilton This highly qualified young man Is the Democratic entry In the race for County Court Clerk and so tar he has a walk over Though comparatively young ho has shown good speed sever al times having won In several races going under the string several lengthS ahead and the knowing ones are anx ious to back him agf In He Is a organizer and campaigner and his work always counts In summing up the returns His kind affable and accommodating manner makes splendid friends tor him and eminently qualifies him for a place of public trust The office which he seeks Is one of the most Important In the gift of the people Ho becomes the custodian of the records which contain the deeds and titles to all the land In tho county and proper care of and entries In these records can alone determine the rights of the people and prevent confusion and a state anarchy Hero the evi dence of the real wealth of the county Is deposited and Mr Hamiltons long and acceptable service aaClrcult Clerk Is a guaranty that he Is fully prepared to discharge the duties of County Clerk and a large majority of the vo ters will the same opinion at the polls In November Excursion The L N will run an excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday June 13th The tare will be 175 for the Train leaves Lancaster at 625 A M A ball game between Cincinnati ard New York will be played Sunday afternoon at 3 r M Pale red giving abo place Monda Initiationconcerning her will be P B Cox Lancaster 6 College t The best game of ball played on our grounds this season was played last Friday between Berea College and Lancaster only one score made on either side until the Inning but our buys were too strong for them and rolled up six to their one The Is tho score by lnnlngsl 0T H K Uerea0 0100000001 84 Lauter 12 4 Batteries bwopo Lancaster Danehe Base on balls off Two bow hits Burnslde MoRoberta Anderson Daneho Stolen bases MoRoberts Watkins Anderson 3 Double play Klnnalrd to lilt by pitched balls Watklni 1 Spade 2 Struck out Watkins 12 Spade 7 Time of gang 1 hr and 49 minutes Umpire Watsoni Attendance 300 d horn cow V3 gallon or Ilk a day et y Hernoon apps i fifth 3 6 6 7 8 I 0 0 x 6 i I Fish I q 1 r round- trip Loss or4 Her t follow- Ing innings 4 010 014 t here Wheeler Watkins i1 ARE INVITED TO THE New Storewhere you will find a new and complete line of Furniture Carpets Mattings Pianos Organs Picture Framing Etc the Furniture Store of J C Robinson deceased we will carry a large assortment of the above articles and strive to please the most fastidious Give us an opportunity to show you J B COLLIER Salesman L I N S Y 0 D iflf v t Furniture I We will have exactly what you want in a few days Having bought the stock and completed the invoice of r I F G HURT Lancaster Ky r SA Ii j p1e J A i ZE Z Ss M E A P C 1F k Vr CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY S100 A YKAR F S HUGHES EdrPubr in Lanctuttr ft at Mall ratter Member Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky June 11 1909 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 1 600 For County Olllces 1000 For State and District Onices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications In the Inter eat of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 1 4 Ztllmd Nit Ole l Ky j I at tie toed Ctau and Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M C Saufley For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Hardin For State Senator It L Hubble For ClrcultClerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J RubInson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Higgins For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II For Magistrate District No 1 J P Source For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the Republican party of Oarrard county am a for the Re publican nomination for County At loiney and will appreciate your support The editor In conversation recent with a farmer of the Bryantsville sec tion was very much gratified to learn that the citizens cf that communltj were almost a unit In favor estab lishing a Graded School This farmer who was a reading man said when the question was first agitated as to a Graded School I went to my lawyei and found that the law that the County Board has the power to levy a tax of 20 cents per hundred for ed ucational purposes and It will take It Graded Schools are exempt from such taxation He said while I have nu children but I know that 25 cents per hundred will got us a Graded School enhance my property and when I am dead the small boys will not be throwing rocks on my grave because I was against education What sa awakening the State of Kentucky foretells a period of mental culture and uplifting which together with the rich mineral and agricultural rrsources of the State will easily make It one of the leading slates In the Union Education Is necessary to the peace and happiness of the people While we have tome splendid Institutions of learning some places have been sadly neglected movement toestabllsh two snore Grad ed Common Schools In tilts county Is highly commendable and If time cit of those kcctlons will Investigate the advantages which have resulted from such an Institution In this vi cinity In keeping children at home avoiding the expense of boarding and Increasing this value of property they will all yule Tho lambs selected by the Repub llcan savrlUca lu Nu J I E Jennie Dpnn lIt lof for time chuols r for k 9 I t f states I a Y- c1btteducatlo throughout The- Ft It I zees tj 4 vember are mentioned elsewhere In this Issue and are well known to the public We have no harsh words for them personally but we fall to see why they were selected tor when the altar Is prepared and the knife drawn there will be no voice to exclaim Stay Thy Hand and the sacrltlce will take place as surely as the day Tins Is not written In a spirit of levity and derlslan but after a calm and dispassionate consideration it Is claimed that Democrats own more than three fourths of the property of Garrard county and that they there tore have more Interest In supcrvls lug It The gates of the city of Louisville have been taken off their hinges the city Is decorated and the Shrlners from many states of tho union drew a crowd of about 30000 people to that hospitable city We congratulate our neighboring city Danville on obtaining the Queen Crescent olllces and other which will add many people to that already thriving and prosperou city The tariff farce Is still going on and the Republicans have agreed to make u reduction of two cents on ladles gloves to keep them quiet but the necessaries of life will be heavily taxed The Souvenir and Industrial edition of the London Sentinel Is a beauty and contains an abundance of good reading matter We expect a report soon from the committee on right ofway for the In terurban line PLATW60I W II Furr sold 3 cattle to R 0 Bolan at 3 Jets W II Furr sold to W L Lawson 10 hugs at tOftO per hundred Mose Lawson sold a load of corn II Furr for 4 OU per bbl Ebb Co k and wife and Dill Lawsnn and family visited Wm Manning Sun day Rev A 0 Baird will preach atGood Iope church next Saturday and Sun day Mr Joseph Fields and wife of Flem mlng county visited relatives hero last week S L Baird sold 20 hogs to Green Morgan tn bo delivered August 1st at 060 per hundred Rev A C Baird filled his regular appointment at Harmony church Saturday and Sunday Mr Woods Walker mad the misfor tune to ride Into a barbedwire fence on two occasions while fox hunting last week and wounded two horses It Is reported that Mr E II Walk er who Is under treatment In Louis ville is getting which Is gratifying to his host of friends WJCKKVK Mr Llllard Mlles was with home folks Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs R I Burton visited relatives In Madison this week Mr A 0 Miles wife and daughter Miss Agness were visitors In Nicholas vlllo Friday Mr and Mrs Leo Pendleton visited her parents Mr and Mrs Bronson Locker Sunday Miss Hallle Coy of Klrksvllle was time pleasant guest of her aunt Mm It L Burton last week Mr Harry Dickerson of Richmond was the guest of his brother Mr John M Dlckerson and fatally Tuesday Mr L L Sanders wife and little sun of Crab Orchard visited her parents Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray Sun day The Big Head Is of two kinds conceit and time big head that comes tram u sick headache Does your head ever feel like a gourd and your bialn and sure You can cure It In nu tine by acting on your liver Dullards Inut It worth for time absolute and certain relief youll B McRoberU lin comes Improvements to- W I tI loose with U a E aloe Icely feel get Mr James Simpson Is on the sick list Ray Is visiting relatives hereMr Marshal Ray Is very Ill at writingMiss nettle Hunter Is visiting friends at this place Ytillu Vernell Itay who has been very sick Is much better Mrs Fdd Grow spent last week with Mr and Mrs Willie Grow Mr and Mrs Earl Grow entertained a number of friends Saturday Miss Iva Rancy was the charming guest of Miss Llda Rancr Sunday Miss Jennie Naylor and little broth er Luke spent Sunday with Miss hunch Stone Miss Pearl Grow was the charming visitor of her brother and wife Mr and Mrs Charley Grow last week Again the death angel has come Into our midst and claimed for his own Mary Turner who has been u patient sufferer of tubercolosls She had been confined to her bed for several weeks She has guns to meet her husband who had gone on before just six weeks ago She leaves four children one boy and three xlrls She was 30 years of age and a member of the Baptist church Tne remains were Interred In the buckeye burying ground The com munlty extends timely deepest to the children Earnest Doolln bougnt of his father use good horse price 810000 Mr Thomas and wife visited Mr and Mrs Alvlas Thomas Sunday Mr Samuel Prather and family visit ed W Sebastian and family Sunday Master Joe and Tester Price visited Mr and Mrs John Pendleton Mr and Mrs Jake Foley and daugh ter visited Rev Foley and fatally Misses Mary Pralher and flan visited relatives In Madison Reubin Prather and wife visited Mr and Mrs Clay Broaddus In Madison last week Mr and Mrs Herman Doolin and lit tIe daughter Agnes visited Mr W B Lee and family Sunday Most all of the farmers In this com munity are through setting tobacco and some are plowing corn There was quite a crowd ut Freedom Sunday and they had a nice day services which all enloyed BOURNE Several trout hero attended the show at Danville Saturday Mr 0 A Robinson was engaging lambs hero last week at 0 cts Chester Rainey Is spending several days with friends at Wllmoro Mr Wm Mo Williams of Nicholas vllle was a visitor here Tuesday Mr and Mrs J M Turner of Hy attsvllle were Kerr Thursday and FridayMr Hall and daughter Visiting relatives near Uuenu Vista Sunday Mlts Bessie Hendron of Cincinnati spent last week with her sister Mrs Fox Turner Mrs Bales of Jackson has returned homo from a recent visit to her son Mr W S Bowling Miss Lotta Ilamm of Lancaster was with her purcnls Mr and Mm J I Ilumm Saturday and Sunday Mr James Durham wife und von Cecil wore visiting his sister Mrs Hunter Ray near Bryantsvlllo Saturn day and Sunday Yon Never Can Tell Just exactly the cause of your rheuma tism but you know you have It Do you know that dullards Snow Llnl meat will cure It relieves the pain reduces the swelling and limbers time Joints and muscles BO that will bo as active and well us you ever were Price 25o 60o and 1100 K E Me Roberta 1 Ioycl this lira sympathy Met UEAUr Rufus Sunday I Sunday Inlz Sebas Sunday forth you J Miss Iva were General News Gov Willson Issued a statement de claring that he would do everything In Ins power to assist the onlcers of the law In discovering the men who composed the mob which lynched John Maxcy The Governor strongly denounces the lynching and the lynchersRepublican Representatives fron tho West returning to Washington say that the Aldrich tariff bill will nut satisfy their constituent and say they are determined to force a reduction of the ratesAt Winchester the Burley Tobacco Society sued J M Blgstatl a former member of the district board for 150 000 damages claiming he sold tobacco pooled with the society Employes actually at work In build lug the Panama Cabal now number aj835 as shown by the report of tho Chief Quartermaster for the month of April Of this number 4355 are gold employes and tho remainder are on the sliver or labor roll Tie Panama railroad force numbers 0078 and time railroad commissary torso 780 Ihus the total number at work both on the canal and railroad Is shown to be 33C9U By the caving In of excursion lost wharf at Mandevllle La situat ed on the north shore of Lake Pontchurtraln thirty miles from New Orleans six lives are known to have been lost and It Is feared that others have perished Walter Wollman will leave Paris In about two weeks and the start for time North Pole will be made about August After a search of four days and nights Jasper Crum the man who was supposed to have been kidnaped from lils vlfe and family by a mysterious woman at Cadiz has been found Crum In company with a woman was discovered by Ur urns brother and live friends at a mining camp on Beech Creek In West Virginia proved that tho kidnaping of Crum was a perconcertcd plan by Crum and the woman to elope It also proved that Crum and tho woman hud known each other for a period of 1C years and that he had called on her several times since his marriage While preparing to open his store at Crockettsvllle Brcathllt county fur bulsncds at 0 oclcck Monday morning Ed Callahan time famous feud leader if Bloody Breathtlt and time right hand man of tho lute Judge James Uargls during the troublous times In ihe feudridden county was shot by an enemy concealed In a coal bank about onu hundred yards uw y Tho ball tered Calluhans side Inlllctlng what Is believed to bo a fatal wound Two physicians were summoned from Jack sun The Identity of the assassin Is not known as he made his escape James liludeworth and Juno Week ly linemen were electrocuted at Knld Oklu while employed In repairing wires at the courthouse In Romeo manner they came In contact with nonlnsuluted wires 2300 volts passing through their bodies In several arrests made In Columbus Marion and Dennison Ohio Federal Inspectors and detectives who worked In conjunction with them In the case believe that they huvo unearthed the biggest and best organized branch of the Black Hand In this country Mar lon Ohio being probably the head of the orgiinUillon Chief Postolllco liispectqr Charles Holmes of Clncln null who Ix In charge of time work which has resulted hi thu arrests KO far made Is authority the state meat that QVlJunco has been secured showing that the gang operating Irvin Marlon and with line reaching Into a number of big cities of tho country havo fleeced different persona in Ohio and other States out of thousands of dollars In this lust month by time application of hinds Hand methods Trials Drought by Good Luck If It U hartS for a Ulan to bear Mi own good luck tis liorijor for hit friend to pear It fur him but few of them can that trlal Tliack art for Spllzbergen Investigation concocted fur tow and staid err slay Good Morning A cheery Good morning often tends a ray of MiiiRinne streaming through the Innermost recedes of a household resting there all time live lung day and again follows hastening footsteps Into the of buslncw lightning up and brlghtnlng way of the world as It goes A Good nlgtt often soothes many a troubled mind to rest and heals the wounds which havo either come anew to a struggling soul or been reopened by the hush words or deeds that are spoken or done In season as the dally battle of our life progresses Good morning with a hcaittul wish for blessing In tho tone of Its lutlcrencc cheers the heart of faint and fearful oues and softcua many a hard spot that has place by or cultivation In the breasts of humanity The love light that beams from the eye when tine is greeted by such words as Good nl ht lights many a weary spirit to a chamber of rest and peace and to land of pleasant dreams Time home where Good morning smut Good night are said one to another are time homes of the world where good thoughts are generated where good deeds have flacc and from whence go out good lives Then dont forget to say Good morning say It to parents to chll drerij brothers slsleis schoolmates teaches friends aid all you meet and say It cheerfully with a smile It will do you good and do your friends good It will cheer the discouraged rest the tired ones and Minthow make the wheel of life move more smoothly A good morning heartily spoken makes hope fresher andbrlght el and seems really to make the morn lug good and to be prophecy of a good day to some otter U Richmond Climax Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely In face form and temper are the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman be nervous and Irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin eruptions and wretch ed complexion For all such Electric Hitters work wonders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charm trig women owe their health and beau ty to them 60c at It E McRobcrts 1m The Teacher I taro not whether a man U called tutor an Instructor or a full pro lessor nor whether any academic de green adorn his name nor how many facts or symbols of facts he has alurmt away In the brain If he line thewt four powers clear tight quick Im aglnatlon sound reason and right strong will I call him on educated man and lit to bo a teaolier llunry Van Dyko Trouble Makers UU ted When a sufferer from stomach troub le takes Dr Kings Now Life Villa lies mighty glad in see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion try but more hos tickled his new tine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stoma ach liver and kidneys now work right 25c at It E McRoborts lr WANTED Eggs Highest pric paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGOS and Hens Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubbar II aorta lithe hearty inheritance I j It Real ncr Poultryand iH B carefully will a NortllcQtt 1 t ItRlo time II Lumber nlllt Co I I continuo to run HIIO or Coal SllItl and Ltunbcr I Oho us It call Sanders Schooler Sanders I I A V V rIII i s iAMMMMAI sro urebasedl y LlManuf tcturing and r lyill carry ti 13ric1c VJQ c 8CC Q l 1 nSen X 0N Ca- w0 w H E Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000- A H UEXNV Ilildcnt J E STOHHES Vice IVnl S C IIEV1Y Cihl r J F lloblnson AMt Cashr R T Kmbry Bookkeeper UIHKCTUU- BSaml D Cochran Alex It Denny A U Robinson John K Stormier S C Wl Williams r Uennv J L Gill n en cVJ l7 I ft eoo C w0 7N 1 McCormack Wood MACHINESIf Binders 12250 1 Mowers 4250 1 v Hay Rakes 2250 1 1 Pure Sisal Binder Twine j J E Mount Co i J m II m liI I i Ii Ii Ii I OOiill I q I4 II I III Y1OO Jij riJlilrnlIj lJI1Wih n F A Li Arlrial Cavity iibalsling OUoo oe Denville IINDBRTAKBR Sired PULL CASKETS ANTI HUltlAL HOURS ALWAYS IN STOCK SUBSCRIBE FOR RECORD L LINt Of l i jI si rror i arnersand Investors Opportunity sell IB lots oil Currcy Heights Lexington Avenue within 100 yards of the Graded School nt Lancaster Ky on Saturday June 1909nt i oclock p in This Is the only nvallablo lot properly In the city and In located in one rtf the most desirable sections There Is always n demand for roflideiit properly there being no vacant houses nnd 8 to to families Sack and full to find homes here ouch year The wage earner con get n home of his own liy purchasing nnd giving a mortgage on it for Itiliibor to tmlld and the parson with surplus money can net to per by building liaises and renting them l nc Mor Iopulnlloii of 3000 Is enjoying a steady growth has one of the best Graded Schools in time State splendid ho tel facilities electric light plnnt telephone system four churches threa hanks merchants tobacco hemj anal grain ware Jidusas to take care of the abundant crops which grow on the very fertile farms of Onrrard county No whisky is sold nnd all conditions Inviting to the homcsecker We also have one of the best sys twins of Water Works in the State 10000 GIV N AWAY Numbers will be given purchasers of lots and similar number will be placed in a which two will be drawn and the persons holding the nunibc corresponding to the numbers drawn will be credited the first by nnd the second by 2500 oil their pnreUascs Deeds to lots provide that they are only to be used as reitdcnces for white persons Lots No i to 6 face Lexington avenue within 150 yards of eld residents will assist in constructing one that distance be but a small cost to each These lots have n beautiful front with a depth of 365 to 465 feet sonic extending from Lexington avenue to Hill street Lots No 7 to 18 aru on the proposed Hill street extension on high ground facing the city with good frontage anti depth and very desirable The street can be opened at a small expense to each pur chaser The residence and all improvements as the Currey homo containing about 7X acrus of excellent land will be sold at the time Tlic Lancaster Lumber Co have agreed with US to furnish lumber and materials on coy terms to purchasers of the lams Tilt undersigned have an on the property and the lady who owns it permitted them to it as above and offer for sale niid in order to realize the price in the property and prevent the locn lion of tenants they holt the right to reject any or all plus nt the close of the Terms easy and nuMu known on day of sale Hughes Swinebroad Lancaster Kentucky Surries Driving Wagons Phaetons I Wag6 if 19 RIot Inns n f runt 1 0 500 w In usive tt n pavcnIelit II II which ill V I tN l kn aM tly I nnufact lug j r opt 1 f dl the I sal J 1i t iF Buggies I r twill cant S up4o date 1 fire tot boa rIf 1 r i diva dame t R 1ry 4 r1 y 1 have Vehicles of all kinds and all prices The largest stock ever shown in Lancaster and every one guaranteed I will save you money Come and W J RomansLancaster Kentucky I J I ff if F J seer OTANDARDIZED ForAll Live StockEASY AND SAFE TO USE IIINOWOHM SCRATCHES ETC DKSTROYS UISEASU ANn 1 IIVI3 AWAY FLIES NONIRRITATING EFFECTIVE INEXPENSIVE THC IDEAL l I I I UCI TICKS MITti CURFs 5IMmE SCAB I L 11 rp BILLS FLEAS v t DIP R G JHcRoberis AUK FREE PQQKHTf 11111411 U FOil U x r eyour Tobacco Barns with i lBEAZLEY ASEiLDEN us will Iuauro obucoo r rmcaiter Ilrone 31 I iU1 thoy your also QjceNationnl Aanlof 4 Gossip About x A Arid Mtnllon of the rind Oolnji Ly Thou Wt Art Intended In It M West In in Now York on bull ncsiMm Alox West visited In Nicholas villa tail week Miss Florence Johnson Is In Hlanfon visiting relatives Mrs T U Walker Is atCrobOfcliar Sprites fur u stay Ir Marshall K Denny was In Ulcli inonil for a short stay M M Kathleen Walter In In Louis vlllu vlnltlnL relatives Mrs Ktl 1rlco Is In Illchmond Mr and Mrs Ocor o Hallow Mr John Leo Klkln of Versailles was visiting relatives hero last week Dr Thomas Acton of Somerset Imf been vUltliitf Dr and Mrs J M Acton W 0 Doty operator from Q C Ky Is upending a tow days with rela tives Miss NormiTKImore Is In Versailles rlslthiK her uncle Mr Charles Alex alder Miss Amanda Anderson loftTuesda to enter the Normal College at Itlch mond Mrs Lula Field of Loulsvllc Is here visiting her aUnt Mrs It Doyle and familyMrs Jas T While of Nashville Term IH visiting Mr Jcsso Doty and familyMrs Alice Henderson Is at homo on a vlilt to Mrs E 0 Qalnea and other friends Mr R M Newland and wife of Stanford arc guests of Mrs Sam JohnsonMisses Kliza Anderson and Lou J Grant made a short visit to Lcxlni this week Denman of Nlcholasvlllc visited her parent Mr anti Mrs Alex West Mr and Mrs M D Hughes are In Louisville the guests of Mr and Sirs It K Hughes Miss Mollle lirooks of Crab Orchard with Mr and Mrs W A Arnold past week Mrs Ann Robinson Is homo from a Islt to her sister Mrs James Francis if 1alnt Lick Miss Nannlo ROllers went to Derca Wednesday to attend the Commence ncnt exercises Mr Arch Walker has returned to Memphis after a visit to Mr and Mrs Stephen Walker Mrs Joe T Arnold and son Engine if Illchmond are visiting her niece Mrs W II Ward Miss Frankie Kauffman has return d from a visit to her salt Mrs Alice of Huslonvllle Mrs MUtlo Dunn Smith of Perry illr visited Garrard county relatives Saturday and Sunday Mm J K Mount entertained Mr Mrs E Halley of California dinner Wednesday Miss Irene Romans was the guest of Miss Maymo Ballard at homo In time country Dr II M Grant Is at home from Alabama where he has held a good the past two years Mrs Ellen Hlatl and daughter Mar ucrltc of Lexington are guests of Irs Emma IIlKKlubotlmm Mrs Luther Glbbs Is In Louisville to her lather Mr Ed Walker who Is there for medical treatment Messrs Jake Robinson and W U Jurton are at home from a recupera stay III Murtlnsvllle Ind Little Florence Acton tho youngest daughter of Dr and Mrs J M Acton reported quite sick of favor Mrs J 0 McCarloy Is at homo otter a visit to her daughter J F 1etus of SprlngUold A II Rice of Richmond Ind ilntd his wile here fur u visit to Mrs I A I Marksbury and family Misses Hattlo and Jesse Doty of Richmond are hero visiting their rather Mr Jesse Duty and family Miss Leigh of Somerset a student f tho Normal College at Richmond i visiting Dr and Mrs J M Acton The Ladles Aid Society meet Saturday afternoon at tho homo of H M Hallou on Richmond trcut Walker and children left week fur a visit to Mrs Walkers aronts Rev unit Mrs Mollott of lebanonMr was In tho Falls tuoco his brother Mr lid Walker continues Ill In one of tho city OBpltahi Mrs S U Henry and daughter Miss left Monday for a months visit Mrs E II Smith at Dinning Ala Miss Edna Kavanaugh la enjoying excursion to California with her lio il mutes and teachers from fushvlllo Mr Floyd Swopo ono of promising young rues has ac cabled u position at V l UrUblos drugstore Mrs J A Heailey Joined tier bus last week at the Funeral Wired r l B 1 Comln Chas was the Lusk and Ill her position see LIve Is again Mrs will Mrs Mrs roles lust Walker City who Ella with hour fir baud v amaraaaar rjjr visiting Mrs V weekend La wasters must lord AMoclatlott at Covlngton Cincinnati Mrs A A i Christopher and Mn George Compoton of Independence Mo are vlnlltig theM mother Mm Iko Hamilton Miss Anglo Klnnalrd Is nt horn from Georgia where spa held position the past year In ono of southern schools MlM Eliza LAnderson entertainer at HO oclock dimmer Tuesday oven log at tho lintel Kcngarlao In honor of Mm J Bradford Jennings of 1ccos Texas The following are at homo to spend their vacation Messrs Hen Robinson Hradloy Johnson Clay Kauifman Shirley Hudson Virgil Klnnalrd anti Joe Price S U Danny Is at home after spend ing several days In Lexington with his wife Time many friends of Mrs Denny will bo glad to hear alma Is Im proving In health Louis Ilurnsldo loft this week for a visit to his sister Mrs W U Metcalfo of Nashville Kansas after which he will go to Mexico hoping a change of climate will benefit his health Saturday was Flower Mission day with tho W 0 T U Tho graves of time deceased members of tho Union were visited and decorated with and the sick wore also with bouquets Miss Lettle Mao McRoberts return ed Wednesday train Randolp Macon College where she has been attending school accompanied by her friend Miss Ruth Reed who Is en route to her homo In Texas Miss Fay Louise Robson ono of the graduates of tho Louisville Girls High School will be remembered hero as time attractive visitor of Miss Kathleen Walter last summer The commence meat exercises of the school will take place at McCauleys Theater Monday evening Juno 14th Mr and Mrs Fred P Friable Misses Martha and Helen Gill and Messrs W U Mason J W Sweeney Joo Hasel den J L GUI Fisher Herring R L Elkin Herbert Klnnalrd J E Stormes and Geo Harris were In tho Falls City the first of tho week attend log tine Slirlners conclave Mr F G Hurt has purchased the furniture store of J U Robinson de ceaHcdand you can note from his ad on second page the addition he together with the Immense stock he will carry UUENA VISTA Miss Mary Anklns Is tho guest of relatives at Uurgln Chas Robinson sold his lambs to Curt Robinson at 0 cts Archie Skinner will return from Berea College Thursday J W Mundav and family of Har spent Sunday with relatives hereClarence Lane and wife of Louis vlllc are the guests of Mrs Amanda LaneWill Scott and Geo Ruble sold there wool to Vcatch of Wllmore for 25 cents The 0 E Society will give a lawn fete Saturday evening at tho home of Mrs Lama Naylor Mrs Mary SpMman and son Chas uf Harrodsburg were recent visitors at J B Roblnsins Miss Cora Poor and brother are vis iting friends and attending commence meat at Ashby College Mr and Mrs Will QBakcr of Ver sullies have been visiting the latterd parents Mr and Mrs J B Robinson Rev II Tomlinson was elected delegate to represent the local W C T U at Piirryvlllo tho 10th and 17th Miss Myrtle Ruble alternate OnES fjT Do you tako the RECOIID Mrs Lou Murphy Is very sick at writing Mr Zcke Vincent is very sick at writing Mrs Llzzlo McCully has been very sick for some time Tho crops aro looking fine and the farmers are happy James Dooling bought a nlco milk from Sam hock for 30 Mrs Raymond Davis was visiting Mrs William Stotts last Sunday Mr Davis sold some hogs to Harvey Tauter price unknown Oracle tho little daughter of Mr and Mrs John Murphy is very sick Mrs Jell Hlbbard and Cordela Ray wero visiting Mrs B Ray last week Mr Clato and Grant Teater of Illinois have been visiting this place Mr and Mrs Dock Simpson wero Malting Mr and Mrs Raymond Davis Week If you want an uptodate homo paper Subscribe for time CKNTHAI Ru cOlin II per year Edgar tho little son of Mr and Mrs Wd Fain In very sick but we hope will joon bo alright again Wo aro sorry to report that Mrr Tronic Reynolds who has been very for sumo tunic U no better Brother E 11 Hill tilled hit regular ippolntment at Chapel last Sunday a largo crowd was present Sunday School U progressing nicely Chapel Let all cosine both young old and maku tho school a great The handsome little daughter of Mrs Rlolmrtl Trow who has very sick U Improving and we hope wjll bo oJllKht c the flowers remembered wlll rod burr I L l this this I I cow I I last sick mid At and Mr and been soon amid a make i 4 Raymond relatives at success r Business Items HaganwanU jgurmde meat 12f nain Borcli pirrrjccrlcininrthlglj prodncer When you wunUguodbtoJulraU 181 fee thatr will f recite rim Simpson and you wllluiie rtcrottltrr For Sale One goodwork burner Applyat thli Ofllcc W rtew U lr ih bread Thursday and Baturdflyr UIII Hlrnp You I have 100000 for sal Jii or 5 2841 sPeople of county bleaKo tako Bridge Eliza A Hack makes the price and handle the best 430 tf Notice All persons Indebted to the f J O Robinson Cold Ice S- Our Ice wagon has started lor tho summer b to during the weCk Vr f- 6233t T S Elkin Star Cleaning Company will clean press neatly Wo Rive Dress Jiklrts a of While Baptist Church Phone 219 Louis Faulconer Mgr Watch Found Owner can get It by proving for this Notice I We have the Dapflllo Steam La Agency and tnvllle in GuLl Oi r at Gaits poultry store Phone 107 For Sale sloe I and t Buena Vista Ky line of Harness Buggies Deering Binders and Mowers Full line of I American Wire Fence any height Tinware Large line of Can Goods special price by dozen and case A lot of good Lumber jjj at special price 1 BECKER I Ballad CoB- RYANTSVILLIi KY Drilling Having a firstolass Steam Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells in prepared to drill them any debth For further Information writeJ E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky NOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES Tho that causo akin diseases bo drawn to surface of nd destroyed a for external do this and will permanently form of Female everywhere Write for silo at UoUob fU Htoro A fj3t Juon 1t1trbMlreltlllulluIllhtn TamtA n the m blcaui it Is r ndrrrum It T 283t can watthe beat ready and rom W No add In anoth er 430 tf I t r price I L L ICm b Ky 4 Mrs It you are In the market Rooting to co er tobace barntC st arns and o t ttnm With rimlie ded rwlll call hi his bId anal settle J H Collier T J Robinson Exor tt we will hid fill your 0 Soo- The r ou es L dl specla t Move sl A atclywns o d last I Street II and I w In Ion olf F same Farmioi Implements HardwareWoodenware Well Drilling must will pie E V Far Drug o Wtrnryon thin rnttbfteerthl1k uf T8EIKInSon Our co Is sgalt w tcrrrry BhIklmmkmSon oopnj Jocolumn tobacco sticks Orchni Notice pike ri fo reside ices bulls y eta wit hay r doo alesgQfd rpOrning o r Rob- Inson nd paying dry and III call or Iv- r ramptlp Steam L u ry onnu d Julie Agents One of time best m lacy making far In Oerrerd Count or 30 u a Also a far ding fm lemon at a bargain so In GO dap S to for price rlptlonW K a- 528ot 11 0- Upto date N J L1 Q 6 h Phones 15T and 370A the akin cure sam v Our Customers Fully Protected by hdelity and Casuality Insurance We wish to say to the public that hasnt been open regular for some tune but will bo opened every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO ire THE POX STUDIO J J WALKKU President tit I fti v II You Are Fully Protectea against poor bread coke or pastry if you use OHKLISK FLOUR to bake with Gone forever will be poor bread or biscuits heavy cake or soggy pastry Obelisk flour it the delight of good cooks the salvation of poor ones Or der n sack to tiny and your baking worries will be overt Black Bear Coal for Cooking Doth of the above furnished by BANKS HUDSON THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOIUOUAT- KDLunca tct Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R K McROHKRTS 1rcst J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W HLMORK Cashier DiV Ta a n Aut Cisbier R L Klkin BookKeeper i m- We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank E L Woods Hrtit W C Fish VIce Prest W 0 Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick V A MfA MVA I I INCORPORATED I F 1 r t 7 Wo offer you fair treat ment with ovory that is consistent with conservative Banking accommodation CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 M COY ARNOLD ROQUYN J 8 BURROWS I B WOODS WOODS WOF18H L 11 L WO WYNN nzwxaroN 1 L L J S Jonxeoi PrestVice ORGANIZED 1883 The GIT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITOL 50000 SURPLUS 15000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQNKY Asst Cosbr 6 D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson B P Hudson J J Walker Alex Glbbs Lewis L Walker LANCASTER Golored August 12 13 14 09 wan I 4 you k I i J t T1st Arnold C A Arnold V FairS I I ten The CENTJiHI1 JiEGORDAa- NT 11 U JQ LouisyilleIb cll ANUFACTUIUNG ENGIVVEM Prices Quito as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality r see- RARC J 4- A J e I J W Morrow Grmltintu Optician aianci Filled Botlitnetloii UnmnK t Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phono 221 Office llouri Offlco om- B a m to II 1 p w to 4 Blormc lung Store B FDENTIST Phono 05 Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST Omee over Mln Arnold Millinery H J County Surveyor PHONE K9J Office corner Lexington St loll Public Squire Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all Sato Courts and US District Court Onice over Police Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KBNTUCKV ME HOTJSIS Only White Barber- In Town North tide ot Public Square DR A B PRICEw- ill practice Dentistry at his home Richmond aye every Monday and Tuesday Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRoberts Stonewall Jackson Jr Tbli sue black laddie italllon WM sired by the saddle breeding italllon Old Stone wall Thin cold dam was a Denmark mare lie l nice coil He hat colt to prove lili good breeding Will mad at IS to Insure un til weaning time We bold a lieu on all coin until paid or Barren mares made to bj the Impregnator We nave perfect auccecil breedlog Billy Breckinridge Tola one black Jack Major John P HarrU Imported Jack lie will make the aeaaon ol 1909 at my barn at 10 to Iniure a colt until weaning time JIlt get o u now on mjr farm to show for hit good breeding Ho U a sure foal getter A T TBAYMR A SONS Ileaiant Hill Breeding Farm Stanford UK D Xo 4 Sl93m FINK FAHM IN UAHHAIID COUNTY FOIt SALE A Mae blue gran farm for iltiuted on new pike near Iolut Leave and ilx south of LaccaiUr containing 200 urea well located In good neighborhood being part ol the John Walker tract wllh a handsome new residence thereon with all necemary oulbulldlngt and good new barn 40100 Will watered six never falling spring and creek running through Tf am Ji cash In baud balance one and two years from louring six per coot Interest until paid Penuni looking for such place plcate wrlle once W O WALKKHBtauford Xy A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO stops and will euro any caso of Dandruff or scalp tho dandruff and falling hair I twill give the hair n rich andlcave Bcaln clean and healthy plo Is W ROM Medicine Co St Louis For sale at Molloberla Drug Store Ask for sample KILLTHi COUCH m CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr Kings Niw t i 6 VAT TEl TIN LEY I great a In tbb I of IO fouam I w a II 7 BJ1 s e y q r i 1IsII1leoeeeeeeoeeewleoOlww fieoowsoee oeoweoe o tan I was aired by foe ale tulle two etory aevcu room day anle Ef I j i I FOR c8 Br lOeDyfilROaTdsl Hi McRoberts Drug MN ALL TNRGAT AND LUNG TGOUGLE- Go AAW 1CDDEATIGYAOT- 0oli rOMXY UYUWDIfD U Sorer Farm and Stock Messrs Thompson tt llcnlortt nf Woodford county Ky sold T Fullback a pair of five year old mules fur 117600 Mr II F Work Charlcstnwn Ind sold last week to N I Wilson of Richmond Ind two Hampshire gills at IflO each and refused an offer of 2 X for tho three year old dam of the two gilts Messrs Collins Kcdmon of North Mlddlctown Iv have sold to Ur Fix nf Wisconsin a four year old five Malt cd saddle mare bv son of Rex Mc Donald duin by Wiltons King Trice GOO Claude Taylor sold this week n car luau of wheat to C L Hyluy for a Harrodsburg mill nt II GO per bushel During the past month Mr Taylor sold several car loads to different par lies nt prices ranging from I II 66 per bushel Jessamine Journal Our Fruit Prospect As Indicated hy recent reports re ceived by Mr James M Zion tho tip pie spcclalltd of Tlppecanoo county Indiana the present conditions Indi cate nppcs 20 percent summer apples 2f per cent cherries 10 per cent plums 40 per cent pears 25 per cent peaches 80 per cent Grapes are refreshing wholesome and nutritious Eaten freely they are a diuretic and laxative In Germany and Switzerland and at the grape cures patients consume from three to eight pounds a day with the best results The taro consists In living almost exclusively upon ripe grapes plucked fresh from the vines during the whole season Farmers Home Journal Cheviot sheep are noted for their harty constitutions and ability to thrive under certain conditions which are detrimental to other breeds Pro 0 S Plumb says the hardiness of the Cheviot Is unsurpassed among medium wools The rigor of winter sparseness of fuel and Intestinal parasites cause less suffering among Cheviots than most other breeds G n Swlnebroad our local Jersey fancier gives us the following Item of interest to Jersey Breeders At tho sale of Cooper Suns of Coop crsburg Pa May 31st 122 head of Jerseys were sold average price of 050 per head Tho top price being for the bull Violas Golden Jolly for 12000 being the highest price ever paid for a Jersey bull at auction An other bull sold for 18200 and the top price for cows was 12625 paid by Dr ttodman of Shelby county Ky There Is no better food for young poults than hard boiled eggs about one to ten birds dry rolled oats some cayenne pepper and a little chopped onion Fresh water must be given fre qucntly The habit of the turkey mother In Its native state Is to find a fresh clean spot to hover her brood overnight Care should be taken In this matter not to house tho birds In a dirty coop night after night but move them frequently Clean dry baro ground makes the best floor Dont forget to keep picking time cu cumbers us they ripen Look through the vines carefully they have a great way of hiding tn the leaves so that none will be overlooked fur two or three large ones going will sap all the strength of their vines where us In picking them right along new ones will form and a continued supply be secured The Bordeaux mixture Is the proper remedy to use fur all fungous troubles Viz mildew and rust of beans potato and tomato rut and leafblight melon and cucumber diseases celery leaf blight and rustetc Tho halfstrength mixture two pounds copper sulphate two pounds quicklime fifty gallons water Is strong enough to use In the vegetable garden except for potatoes Look out for time stupid beetles rhey often attack and destroy melons and cucumbers as fast as the plants appear above the ground An oppllca lion of wood ashes air slaked lime or gypsum tainted with kerosene or tur pentIno or carbolic acid will help to drive them away If you have only a few plants you can easily protect each hill by erecting a mosquito netting guard over It until the plants begin to run Theru are three common methods of growing strawberries In hills In narrow matted rows or In wide mat ted rows Wo prefer the second method Arrange tho first strong runners by hand spacing them properly and securing each ono In place with a little or a small stone Then when each row U hill cut off all additional runners that may grow Keep the ground hoed and cultivate until lute fall The finished row should not be wider than fifteen or eighteen Inches Farm Journal A Thrilling Rescue How item R Lane of Cheny Wash was saved train a frightful death Is a story to thrill tho world A hard cold he writes brought on a des perate lung trouble that battled an ex pert doctor hero Then I paid to 116 a visit ton lung specialist In Spa kane who did not help mo Then 1 went to California but without hen ont At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured mo and now I am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough Its supreme en nd 1100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by U E Jin to O 110 Winter S Seed soil 10 i LI RobertI dean T stun td More about the Creamery llluo Grass and pure sparkling water have made It possible reach their highest state of dovelopmcnt In Ken tacky They at much for Jersey cattle Tho fine flavor given to butter by time llluo GuM of Kentucky can not bo rqual else on earth limo only thing that haS made It Impracticable to breed Jersey herds hero on a largo scale was the Impossibility of marketing the butter With tho assurance that the Creamery Is hero to stay providing n steady and profi table market It U evident that the raising of Jersey herds will soon become one nf the most prolltable branches of farming Now a word to the wise Dont buy n cow that looks like n Jersey wllhont the assurance that she has that pccullcr Jersey charaslcrlstlc rich milk A row that makes less than 300 pounds of butter fat per year Is Unprofitable Dont buy her and If you havo her sell her for beet and buy a good ono I will tako pleasure III making test for any ono who wishes thorn to bo made without charge llcmembnr however that tho butter fat test Is not the only point of consideration but tint butter tat test times pounds of milk equal pounds of butter this Is tho end sought for limit No 1 runs on Lexington plko from 1 mile north of Oryantsvlllo to llout No 2 begins Juno 14th and runs from Lancaster to J Wade Walkers residence via Flat Woods plko and returns to Lancaster on tho Richmond pike Blue Grass Creamery OP LANCASTER KY i t1 oU 7 U UH I hnI l n h hotss to t anywhere n r ii t n l 1 I t nor w K t- ed tai turn It a 1 a t- a a t Sn a t- Z Lancaster 3 I p a a Z Tho Question The Balkan war cloud Is forgot Tho tariff talk Is passing by Tho price of wheat may rise and fall And never mako us wink an eye Worldwide events no longer hold Our Interest as they did of yore Tho ono great Question of the dav- Is WHATS TUB SCORE Whattho To n The people of Lancaster will havo an opportunity on Saturday Juno 19th to buy a beautiful lot on Lexington street or Hill extentlon There are many persons hero who are paylngrent that would have built but could not find a suitable lot After considerable real estate firm of Hughes Swlnbroad have secured an option on these lots formerly known as the Cur roy place Full particulars regarding thesale appear In their ad on 3rd page Rural Route Information I Tho following useful Information In regard to rural routes outof Lancaster was given to us by George Smith Jr It would bo wise to cut this out and save for reference There arc three Rural Routes out of Lancaster as follows Route No 1 Out the Richmond pike lo Hlattsvllle thence Klrksvlllo plko to near Joe Burnsldos residence back to the Old Richmond or Henry Hurt lane thence to Stony Point school house and up Back Creek tJ the Richmond plko at John Tot ems residence and back to Lancaster by the Richmond pike RouioNo 2 Out the New Dan yule plko to Iledgevllle thence the Old Danville pike to tile Robinson Lane now a pike over same to Rush Urancjj pike and with this pike to Its Intersection with the Lancaster and Stanford pike near Barrows pond thence back the taller pike to Lancas terRoute No 3 Out the Buckeye pike to the Wolf Trail road at Forest Stapps residence thence over said road to Stone thence the Poor Ridge pike back to Lancaster Routes leaving Lancaster at 730 A 3t returning 1 and 2 arrive Lancaster 1 IVM 3 at 330 v M It Is very Important that patrons along said routes wlen writing tell their correspondents when they write to them to place the number of their route on their letters Only Lost Ono Mrs Cynthia Duncan Georgetown Ky says I had occasion to use Bourbon Poultry Cure with my tur keys this year am It cured them I only lost one dont think I would have lost it If I had used this medicine For R Mount Company Mrs Roop Is very sick at this writ Ing Horn to time of Mr Sam Day a girl Lllllo Carl Slowo who has been sick for some lime Is some better Mr and Mrs Bird wore visitors of Mr and Mrs C S Hoop Sunday Miss Father Pills of Korea Is her grandmother Mrs F M Car terMr and Mrs Clarence Green were Mrs J B Curler Sun day Rev F I Pulmetcr filled his at this place Balurday and and Sunday Mrs Kato Allen and Mrs Mildred Green visited their sister Mrs Re sa Henry the later part of the week Mr Thomas Allen and Mr Mike wore driving to wink last week and met an automobile Tho horso became frightened and came near killing Mr Jennings First Dose Cure Hughes Bros Muir Ky Our hogs were sick with cholera and wo lust six head ho day wo begun using ling Cholera Remedy This remedy Immediately checked tho ills case and we did not kayo another hog to die after giving them the first dose Sold by J R Mount A Co Y V Y Y to yo W 0 y Need sooner sale byJ OA ItJ1JmSn the guests ot appointment JoJnlllnKs tw 1 lie work tho hackle thence mutes LIE wife visiting save Bourbon oLL oNEYAm rAR ekUdrea ref sr Nlau- a y The Funny Side Slang And you over use slang Maggie She Nil Me maw would buff mo on the beak If ever 1 made a stab at any dupe like that do you understand by the word selfdeulal Pupil It ut when some ono comes to borrow money from father and lie says ho Is not at home Fllegendc Blaelter How many ribs have you John ny asked tho teacher In physiology I dont know maam glgled squirming around on one foot Im so awful ticklish I never could count em Philadelphia Record Drowning me a line Humorist looking the me Theres no post office where youre going Darling he said as he hugged and kissed her Darling cant you see cant you guess that I love you Well she replied looking at him I snould certainly hate to think that this Is just your natural manner of behaving In company Could Not be Better No one has made a salve lotion of balm to compare with Bucklens ArncaSalve Its tho one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Byrns Bruises Sores Scslds Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum Fur Sure Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands Its Infallible for Piles E McRobcrlfl 1m MAUKSHUHV Mrs Robt Smith continues very 111 at her hume Miss Francis Tomllnson entertained Thursday evening In honor of the Literary Club The proceeds of tbo Strawberry supper given by the ladles of the Pleasant Grove church was 143 Miss Sara Cook has returned to her home In Lexington alter a several days visit with Miss Elizabeth Simpson of Danville were visitors hero SundayThe School Institute will meet at the Fork church on tho of the 17th Thnre will be an all day session on the 18tb Everybody Invited to come and bring a lunch Mr Joe Skinner lost a valuable diamond ring a few days ago while throwing down provender to his horse which was found two days after under pecular circumstances lie offered a liberal reward to a colored man who searched tho barn dllllgently for several hours The ring was given up for On the following morning a negro girl said to Mr Skinner I dreamed I found your ring under the buggy Tho search was made and Iho ring found under tho buggy A Vital Point Tlio most delicate part of a baby Is Its bowels Evory aliment that It suITors with attacks the bowels also endangering In most cases the life of time infant McGees Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysentery and all de rangements of the stomach or bowels R E Mcltoberls im POSTEDundersigned neroby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for army purpose whatever ah wo will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Ferguson Olay Hutton Kd Portwood W U Anderson J VY Sweeney J D Navo Arnold W TW orrel John A Sanders n L Burton R 0 llulan Pave Duddorar niclmri Jlergorne- rHwBKD nela lILKolley- OB Hallow DO Anderson Davie Tompson Thoa Owens I unMn MUM HM H H oiH U lieDo l SheeP llcan TeacherWhat Johnny ManDrop onWhats ever Balls at R Independencemel W S P D Ofl W J Olllisple U 0 W R Cook its ointment supreme Only 25c Si even- Ing lost Tu warn- Ing Mrs t Laundry Ordinance Ho hy time City Council of 1000 llxlng tin ytciini Laundries mid laundry bo amended striking out 120000 multi insert lit herein tho license tot Steam Steam Laundry agencies bo at MOOO ordinance nsawadcd reads us fcllowM An irdlnanco llxln a license on Steam Laundries and atoam by tho City Council of time City or that linn person that shall a or Steam Laundry Agency In thoClty of pay it to th provided charges Tiixlmum shall not In wll Shirts tho prli Shirts Mlilit II 4c drawers Sucks pair Ge 3 to Cc Neckties 3 to toe Vests 16 to 2flc Waists 16 to 2fic tfic tn 60c Table Cloth Vowels Ic Napkins o to 20 Anyone who shall vlolato tho of this nrdlnanco shall be nut exceeding 1100 00 for much offense and shall bo defined a sea arato meune This ordinance shall tako effect from Its publication HT Mayor Attest W II Mason Clerk Approved Juno 7 1000 Tho City Council of the City of tan caster du ordain It shall be unlawful for to operate or main tarn a In the City of Lancaster In any building do so In tent ur building Isolat paying an annual of I2o 00 or 15 00 per ixMietlt of tho watt works funds The license shall stipulate time place where any bo ed and the city clcr k shall be the sole judge ot whether or not an place Is a proper lace subject to ap to tho Couucll by any party Interest Anyone violating the provisions of this be tined not ex ceeding 110000 All ordinances tn conflict with the above are hereby repealed Thlsordlnancc effect from Its passage and publication Mayor Attest W n Mason Approved Juno 7 1109 AUTOMOBILE ORDINANCE The City Council of time City of Lan caster du mdaln as follows First That no person shall operate a motor vehicle on any of tho streets of the City of Lancaster at a rule of speed grater than Is and at tho tone and place having regard to raffle and use of thu streets and their condition orao As to endanger the property life or of any person or in any event grater than HX 0 miles an hour subject however to the other provision of this ordinance Second Upon approaching a crossing of streets or a sharp curve or u steep descent and ul BU In curve or a person operating a mute and operate It at having retard trutilc then on such streeia tile safety of time publc operating such vehicle request on signal by putting tne laud from a person rid a horse or horses or other draft animals on mooting KUIIIO bring such motor vehicle Immediately to a stop scud remain stationary t u lung us nay be reasonable to allow such purse or animal to pass If going In the same direction ho will une all necessary precautions to avoid fright ening animals Fourth Whenever a persona operating a motor vehicle shall meet on the street any other person riding or driving a horse or any other draft animal the person so such motor vehicle shill reasonably turn time same to the right of of said street so as to pass In terference Any such person so operat log u motor vehicle shall overtak hog any such horse animal or vehicle tho left side thereof and the rider or driver uf such horse draft animal or other vehicle shall UN soon as practicable tufn to the right so as to allow on time loll Fifth Every vehicle while In use on of said streetr shall be provided with good aim sulllclent ana also with bell horn or other signal and bo so constructed exhibit during tho period and aftor sun sot before unrlse a white light visible if reasonable distance III the direction towards which said vehicle Is proceeding and a red light In tho reverse provided that In case of a heavy tug If necessary such lights shall bo in time daytime before sunset and after sun rise s Sixth Whoever sl 1l violate the provisions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misJemeunir and fined nut loss than 10 dollars more than one hundred 100 dollar This ordinance shall take effect from stud after Its publicationII T Attest W II Mason This Juno 7 IDOU No Room for Doubt Mrs DargynUuntor who Will look ing through the shop of a dealer In pick ex up a smart Are you sure iho Inquired that this In real crocodile skint Absolutely certain madam Iky I shot tho crocodile my selfIt looks rather tolled observed thecustomerNaturally madam explained the truthful faker Tlmta whoro It struck tho ground when It tumbled off the tree Lot and Found Mrs Do Shopper breathlessly Did I leave my purto hero 1vo lout It somewhere Clerk who worked an hour showing Mrs Do Shopper goods without being able to sell her anything I will In quire madam Cathl mluutol Did any of you boys find an empty purse anywhere around this morning tNew York Weekly ii 0 the City tit tllo tilt tltw1Ulh ot encles II 3000 and LllUlH1 le II1d Ill uldnl ed ur H nun lnnrll ltr t30OO per tear III tho AtinO I WIler Wor fiord ho ov that tau r peons r II wing I CIlII lJc lOc 2c ufTs per Slit Under 8c 7u tll illto 2c each day ORDINANCE that other Jut n ther Ismlce runuth IIn the salllo IS bo fur time I reasonable vehicle shall have t under control of no grater n four U Mlles au hour person aim U at mg or Ull n drat un pa age hutor an a suitable all 0 rom upon n r Clerk knickkuack replied Clllhl here l bore J It oni tiled Imt eased day ruse ill License 0 np Iho his Tars liirls provisions LOGAN art rte u may P such russin s descent aerate tl tq time without necessary handbag rvSas L 1 t Worth a Thought Why do the Tin 11 to Limo Metal Mills Mills Pcbblo and Vorlbost Rubber tooling ilu they not use their own Manufacture Hlmply be cause they know will last longer nod less oxpcnio to Iny Wrlto fur prlco and samples W W 2i K Mnln si Lexington Iy KENTUCKY PAIR DATES The following aro the dalrs llxcd for holding time Kentucky Fairs for 1001 as reported Olllcors of fairs are rt nested to report to us any nude Momma or correction of dates LANCASTER JULY283DAY8 Lancaster Fair Col Aug 123 days Stanford July days Henderson July 27 fi days Georgetown July 27 6 days Madlsonvllle August Winchester August 3 4 days llluo lra s Fair Lexington August 0 J days Taylorsvlllc August 10 1 days Unlonlown August days Ilarrodsburg August 11 3 days Lcltchlleld August 174 days liarboursvlllo Auuust days Hrodhcad August days Bhepherdsvllle August days Ewing August 10 3 days Bhelbyvllle August 246 days London August 24 4 days Florence August 25 I days Frankfort August 31 4 days Hardlnsburg August days Tompklnsvllle September days Fern Creek September days liardstown September 1 4 days IlodgcnTllle September days Montlccllo September 7 I days Glasgow September 8 Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 13 0 Gays Scottavllle September 10 3 days Ilcdford October days Bores August G 0 aud 7 A FRANK WOOING t a girl with hair And W violet hum And yet hot cant rompr With adorning You Hr t mp r la an angels and llrr form Ill n r forget nut I must cotttn my dear That U better y tl- I love Kill with raven And or d al brown Id walk to tut richtttn block If the were here In town I her no that I would site If ah should prove untrue trot oh not much mjr r- Do I love Ian ai I lor a scot of I guess Quit faithfully and well Ay I adore thrum or l tMy ardor naught can quill nut you Alone can flll my cup With joy 0 maid divine And I will Kirn om of them Up If you will juit I SIMPLE MATTER J I the 1 111111 Ilr Yards and III- Ii l 1 ready far as 213 3G days 106 183 183 183 313 16 16 73 12 love roM features those tier a her near girl mor Clnlsnd 5 huge Fiteturies 1150 Swami W1Viii ItS days eyes yours ink eyes fur as your nuns Leaden Poet I cnn mako no mlitako In say InK her cheeks ore llko limo rose Friend Hut you havo never met her Poet That matters not If she li rqiy there red If she U pale there are whlto roioi and If she li sallow there are yellow roses Try Not the Pass Try not the paw tha trainer sold And shook with doubt hi shaggy head Make quarter kick end pier In maw Hut do not try the forward r w SICK HE 4DACHE Sour Stomach Hearlhburn Canker Sore Mouth Cured by Mlo na Sick headaches arc caused by Indl gestion and general disturbed con dltlon of the stomach Cure tho Indigestion and the head ache nausea heartburn sour stomach and that all In feeling will vanish Mlona tablets will cure Indigestion or any other stomach trouble They will relieve almost Instantly It E In them that ho will give your money back If they dont Mlona cures by making tho slow och strung enough to produce enough gastric Juices todlgcslall tim food you want to eat It promptly puts new life and energy Into over worked and playedout walls of tho stomach Una Mlona fur a week and you can eat what you want any tlmo you want U and take pleasure Induing it Your blood will bo richer redder purer after taking Mlona and It only coats 60 cents a largo box I was speedily cured pf stomach complaint by Mlona Anything I can say In favor of Is not too strong William lions Jlenton liar her Mich Ourtia catarrh or money tack Just broatho It in roses McRoberts has ell much faith MI ona itra 1Oo are ItNititYDMKV tm lanais O1 1ru tat Space below lull h aillhK U lor Ihe uiii of subscribers end It for the tale of sleek train and melt Ililnit tin a the farmer cannot afford tn mtrrr the No police will be acceptad four hues ahd will two IIIIIM ot tin i have 1000 bales of good mixed hay for J II Lcavcll llryanlsvlllo I have a largo tobacco bed for sale JT Henry 1 have a good 4 carold gelding for sale worth time money Ho Is a good driver and not afraid of aulomohllcn T 0 llendron Lancaster Ky I have several fresh cows for sale also cows and calves cheap J W UIII McUrcary Ky 1 havo M acres of good grass for rent J M Purrs Lancaster Ky For Bale Three number one tobnc co beds li millet north of Ilourno Price reasonable II H Montgomery Ilctirnc Ky I want to buy a good cheap gentle puny for children to drive J U Conn Lancaster Ky Cream Vermifuge i site farmer over he Itl Ilecoan ehalll I I i 1 i WHITJ1 11 e w1NMI101NwI1104 FARMERS COLIJIj IIIIIIINH radii our farm a only free of tt sub I l WORM REMEDY tHE GURlInE 1 J r z THE CHILDRFN8 FAVORITE TONIC CIWI Of IMITATION TMI tiNuiNi minute ONLY er BallardSnow Liniment T LOUia NO McRoberts Drug Store Poor Milk is often thought to bo responsible for an Infants low In weight or general poor health Time cause usually Is that tho child has worms They get time nourishment In tho food and the baby starves actually starves Whites Cream Vermifuge expels the worim and nourishes the child sure and safe Price 5 cents R McRobetis im Subscribe for Record ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Are quickly cured by ZEMO a clean u e li the brat known for the relief and positive euro of mcina nnd every form of akin For sale everywhere Write for sam pie E W Co St Louis Fcr sala at MuRoberU Drug Store Ask fur sample FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine medicine can do more WAIIIVENUPTOIIE J204 N Virginia ItEvanivUle I was arid bladder affections which rue palms and worry I lost flesh and was all tan a had t abandon work entirely I had limner ot Ihe best did rat sad I was practically di was recommended lad the first bottle gave me great relief Mtlrely TV HIM Hi AID IIH NLBAUIEOIMMENKIIf C 0 J n StoriucQ 1 j j 1 c l i ZI I CURE jIt I i t I No IIv- e n ao Vole sad alter i 1 Coe- I r 1 a SIO or disease a i KIDNEY y a kr i L t D e1 troubled with kidney ti h taking I yrY r q t r a I17i